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JHACK consists of Al Conroy (Canada) and Jan Kees Helms (the Netherlands). The duo collaborate since the eighties by exchanging music recorded on tapes. Nowadays they compose music by exchanging sounds by internet. Darker Days is a trilogy of guitar drones and field-recordings made in two continents of the world and melted together in a melancholic atmosphere.
This audio is part of the collection: Treetrunk
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Keywords: drone; ambient; soundscape; Jan Kees Helms; Al Conroy
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
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Subject: Nice but...
The pitch of the drone notes are a little high for my taste and this creates (in me anyway) a tension and an expectation that something is about to happen. The ultimate effect is unsettling and not entirely relaxing.
Subject: Works for me !!!
Added to my "play often" playlist...Very subtle, very smooth transitions, very pleasing...many thanks to the creators !!!